Monday, October 03, 2011

Breaking the chains!

Too much time chained to the laptop lately. End of month reports seem to take all month these days. Looking stuff up and putting it on spreadsheets. All at the expense of riding. Time to break the chains!

Enough computer stuff. A good bike is a Search Engine for the Real World!

Miles and smiles,



bobskoot said...


It's about time you had some time for yourself . . .

Riding the Wet Coast

karinajean said...

"A good bike is a Search Engine for the Real World! "

hilarious! this made me crack a huge smile.

irondad said...


You are right. Thank you for the sentiment. However, the photo was taken early in the morning before our ART class started. I am riding today but still for work. I am free from reports and now have to go make some calls so I have something else to write a report about. I do intend to wring every ounce of pleasure, though!!!

Take care,


irondad said...


Glad it made you smile. I can't help but think, though, that these are pretty big words for bloggers like us who spend a lot of time on a computer. Ironic, isn't it?

Take care,


Raftnn said...

"A good bike is a Search Engine for the Real World! "

I am gonna borrow that!

SonjaM said...

+1 for the real world search engine.
Recently tried braking the virtual chains by not taking the computer on vacation... did work... for a while.

Charlie6 said...

hmmm, computer work or riding....

you actually spent time deciding?

or is it that "responsibility" thing again rearing its ugly head?


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cpa3485 said...

I too like the concept of the bike as a search engine. Good One, Dan!


Jack Riepe said...

Dear Dan:

The road used to call me by my first name... Now it uses an expletive.

Fondest regards,
Twisted Roads